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Author:
Rosalie Hall Hunt
ISBN13:
978-0817014797
ISBN:
0817014799
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Judson Press; First Edition, First Printing edition (October 17, 2006)
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Bless God and Take Courage is one of the best books I have ever read and I am looking forward to Hunt's next book. 5 people found this helpful. This is a great read of the earliest American missionary and the family legacy created. Your faith will be encouraged, renewed and strengthen.

Rosalie Hall Hunt offers a unique and comprehensive look at the extraordinary missionary journey that brought lasting fame to the Judson name.

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Since the publication of the Adoniram Judson biography To the Golden Shore in the 1950s, much more has been learned about his life and legacy. Hunt provides an intriguing trail of ed discoveries about America's first overseas missionaries. She recounts events from the calling in America through the years in the field and the lasting legacy of four extraordinary people-Adoniram, Ann, Sara, and Emily Judson-who made Burma their home and spent their lives on behalf of the gospel.

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Bless God and Take Courage: The Judson History and Legacy by Rosalie Hall Hunt. Sarah Hall Boardman Judson (1803-1845): Translator, author, hymnist and second missionary wife of Adoniram Judson. Ann Judson: A Missionary Life for Burma by Sharon James. Born November 3, 1803, in Alstead, New Hampshire. Her family knew the Judsons well, and when she was thirteen she wrote a poem on the death of the first child of Ann and Adoniram. Sarah and George Dana Boardman were married in 1825, and went to Burma to work with the Judsons.

Bless God and Take Courage: The Judson History and Legacy. The Big Book of Teen Reading Lists By Perry, Karin Reference & User Services Quarterly, Vol. 47, No. 4, Summer 2008. Valley Forge, P. Judson Press, 2005.

Christian History & Biography, Issue 90, Spring 2006 is primarily focused on him and his missionary activity. Hunt, Rosalie Hall (2005). Judson, Edward P. (1883). It also has a list of recommended secondary sources. I'll be expanding extensively over the next few days.

Bless god and take courage. The Judson history and legacy. Postconflict history curricula revision as an ‘intergroup encounter’ promoting interethnic reconciliation among burmese migrants and refugees in Thailand. Valley Forge: The Judson Press. Between hills and plains: Power and practice in socio-religious dynamics among the Karen. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Missionaires, Feuilles.

An engaging and in-depth tale of a couple who influenced the birth of American missions, Bless God and Take Courage (one of Ann Judson's favorite sayings) provides an intriguing trail of never-before-published discoveries about the missionaries.
  • A great book about a great American. I've read other books about Adoniram Judson, so when I saw this one bringing his story up-to-date, I sent for it and thoroughly enjoyed it. Judson and his first wife Ann Haseltine, were the first American foreign missionaries, and the story of their mission to Burma defies belief. Their suffering was acute, but their triumph is glorious. Judson's two other wives were ideally suited to him, also. The groundwork he laid in Burma has resulted in an amazing growth of Christianity at the time the book was written. Recent years have no doubt taken a terrible toll on the Christians there but the foundation is still there. A very challenging and inspiring account of great lives.

  • Rosalie Hall Hunt is one of my favoriters and her research paid off for this historical missionary retelling. Dr. Adnorium Judson and his wife Ann (who died in the Lord's service in Burma), and his two subsequent wives who later joined him in his mission work.

  • What a great story! I expected a regular biography/history of Adoniram Judson, but found myself caught up in an adventure like no other. Author Rosalie Hunt did herself proud in this gripping account of America's first missionary and his three wives, all of whom were perfectly suited for Judson as well as the tasks ahead. Bless God and Take Courage is one of the best books I have ever read and I am looking forward to Hunt's next book.

  • I really enjoyed this book. It was without a doubt the best biography I have ever read on Adoniram Judson. I would recommed this book to anyone!

  • A great book I read while on summer missions overseas. A must-read for any one who wants to be a missionary, or cares about people.

  • This is a great read of the earliest American missionary and the family legacy created. The book is so well written, the language is so rich that the story runs like a movie in your head. Your faith will be encouraged, renewed and strengthen.

  • Unlike many biographies there is nothing dry and uninteresting about this story of Adoniram Judson's missionary work and his family. It has everything a reader could want: romance, tragedy, adventure, sorrow, suffering and triumph.This is not to mention the golden thread of Christian love and godliness that runs throughout. And it is all true! I highly recommend it to one and all.

  • This well-written book tells the story of Adoniram Judson and his experience as a missionary to Burma (now Myanmar) in the early 19th century. One doesn't have to be especially interested in missions to appreciate this adventure story of a courageous pioneer and his wives who were important in their own right.

    The indomitable courage of Judson and his first wife, Ann, infuses the first third of the book. The obstacles they faced, including a long imprisonment, were daunting and vividly told.

    Rosalie Hunt served as a missionary in eight Asian countries and spent six years researching the Judson legacy.